Hello all. Something went wrong with my flash in Windows. My notebook - HP Pavilion DV7-1040ew Bios version is F2.d, links in my post in Insyde bios mod requests thread on page 1121 (#11206) The notebook works, mostly, but because ACPI tables have errors I can't boot into Windows and flas**t complains of "FADT not found", even the latest 2.0b version found in "Bios tools" thread on page 24. Even trying /X switch does not help because then it complains of unsupported flash chip. Gah!! I have my copy of acpitables created with rweverything but I have no idea how to convert it to usable form for me. At present I'm running Linux (because it works) but it only uses one CPU core because of faulty ACPI and can't enable SMP. It is an option to compile kernel with ACPI tables built in but to do that I need DSDT.aml or .dsl file from working notebook. I don't know how to convert my file to that format - IASL is no help here. Extracting it from update bios file is a recipe for disaster as I read (BIOS modifies some memory address ranges in the DSDT on the fly, and those will vary from the default depending, for example, on how much RAM is installed). So what I am asking here is for someone with a working notebook to extract DSDT table like here: (First download and install a powerful system BIOS viewing utility called RW-Everything. Next launch the program. Click the "ACPI" picture menu button just below the menu bar. It will say building DSDT and you have to wait for a while. Once it is ready, Click on the DSDT Tab and press Save as Binary (The Picture of the Floppy Disk with a "bin" word on it or Shift + F2) Name it as DSDT.AML) and post it here please?